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Encrypt own "language"

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Hey guys!

I'm new here...

I want to programm a tool which encrypts a text in my own "language"

I watched @ the sring.au3 file, but i'm not that skilled in autoit to get anything of this

so i want to ask u for a sourcecode to encrypt for example:

a=1, b=2, c=3, ....

ty in advance!

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Check out the "string" section of the help file, you will find things like:

StringReplace()

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Check out the "string" section of the help file, you will find things like:

StringReplace()

ok got it, ty

so i now i want a window to write a text in it and then this should encrypt the text with my string...

any suggestions?

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ty for your help

but theres nothing in the autoIT 123 for making encrypting an own language

actually i want a window with a box where one can type it's text and by clicking on the button it's encrypted in my own language...

i think this is no problem for you, to send me the sourcecode?!

ty!

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uh-oh... you didn't just ask us to write a script for you did you?

Yeah, that's a really, really bad idea.. No one will want to help if you're not willing to help yourself. :)

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uh-oh... you didn't just ask us to write a script for you did you?

no i didnt...

i just want more help from your side :)

i lost my nerves, wasted 3 hours for this tiny thing, so maybe i could save my time and someone can explain it to me...

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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

no i didnt...

i just want more help from your side :)

i lost my nerves, wasted 3 hours for this tiny thing, so maybe i could save my time and someone can explain it to me...

I wouldn't say learning things is wasting time, but I guess that's up for ourselfs to determine..

As said, it's all in the help file.

Have a look at GuiCreate in the helpfile, there's also a tool for easily creating gui's in the SciTE editor. :)

Edit:

The tool I'm referring to is called Koda(Form Designer).

Edited by FreeFry

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